The 2nd Canadian Empirical and Theoretical (ET) Symposium in Marketing Strategy was held on Friday 30th of May, 2014.
It was a very successful event at which some top qulity research was presented. (See below for more details.)
Photos from the Event: Courtesy of Naim Tajvarpour, PhD student, McMaster University
The one-day symposium features top-quality academic presentations of research in the empirical and theoretical side of marketing. To help increase the profile and quality of Canadian academic marketing strategy research in the empircal and theoretical fields. To this end the conference will:
1) Bring together academics and PhD students based in Canada to discuss their research.
2) Identity and promote future directions in industrial marketing strategy research in Canada by helping academics understand topics of importance to practitioners.
3) Showcase empirical research on marketing topics.
4) Encourage the development of high quality marketing theory.
5) Help provide a bridge to practitioners by disseminating ideas from top academic research.
6) Encourage creating knowledge networks through collaborative research in the domain.
The Ron Joyce Centre, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, 4350 South Service Road, Burlington, ON L7L 5R8, Canada.
8:00am Registration starts
8:55-9:05am Welcome etc.
9:10-9:50 Keynote: Chuck Weinberg (British Columbia) An Empirical Study of Uniform and Differential Pricing in the Movie Theatrical Market
(Paper: Jing Yan , Jason Ho and Charles B. Weinberg)
9:55-10:25 Yuanfang Lin (Toronto) The Blessing of Targeted Innovations in a Competitive Market
(Paper: Yuanfang Lin, Amit Pazgal and David A. Soberman)
10:25-10:40 Discussant: Ruhai Wu (McMaster)
11:00-11:30 Paul Messinger (Alberta) A New Model of Asymmetric Competitive Structure Using Store-level Scanner Data
(Paper: Fang Wu, Paul R. Messinger and Terry Elrod)
11:30-11:45 Discussant: Matthew Osborne (Toronto)
11:50-12:20 Yupin Yang (Simon Fraser) Who Sponsors Whom and Why? An Empirical Investigation of Sports Sponsorships
(Paper: Yupin Yang and Avi Goldfarb)
12:20-12:35 Discussant: Tirtha Dhar (UOIT)
12:35-2:35 Lunch + Poster Session
2:35-3:05pm Tanya Mark (Guelph) A Dynamic Segmentation Framework: Assessing Omnichannel Behavior of Customers
(Paper: Tanya Mark, Jan Bulla, Rakesh Niraj and Ingo Bulla)
3:05-3:20pm Discussant: Sridhar Moorthy (Toronto)
3:25-3:55pm Kersi Antia (Western) All for One, One for All: Governance and Bankruptcy in Franchisor-Franchisee Relationships
(Paper: Kersi Antia, Sudha Mani and Kenneth Wathne)
3:55-4:10pm Discussant: Nicole Coviello (Wilfred Laurier)
4:15-4:45pm William Allender (McMaster) Consumer Search and the Choice Overload Hypothesis
(Paper: William Allender, Tim Richards and Sungho Park)
4:45-5:00pm Discussant: Mengze Shi (Toronto)
5:00-6:00pm Reception and Poster
1) Moeen Butt (Western): The Use and Abuse of Tobin’s Q in Academic Marketing Research (Co-author: Neil Bendle)
2) Mansur Khamitov (Western): Human Brands in Academia: Predictors of successful placement for marketing doctoral graduates (Co-author: Neil Bendle)
3) Hamed Mehrabi (Wilfred Laurier): Institutional Effects on the Configuration of Market-Based Capabilities: A Conceptual Framework (Co-author: Nicole Coviello)
4) Hélène Moore (Ryerson): Therapy promotion effectiveness in the biotechnology sector; An empirical analysis for Immunoglobulins on the German market.
5) Anna Sadovnikova (McMaster): Strategic Green Alliances and Firm Value Creation (Co-author: Ashish Pujari)
6) Saeed Shekari (McMaster): Industrial Product Performance Contracts in Multicomponent Systems Industries (Co-author: Sourav Ray)
7) Shervin Shahrokhi Tehrani (Toronto): Selling your product through competitors’ outlets: channel strategy when consumers comparison shop (Co-authors: Yongmin Chen, Sridhar Moorthy)
8) Robert Waiser (Toronto): Not Necessarily Sandbagging: Why Do Sales Managers Lobby for Bigger Budgets?
9) Chuck Wood (Duquesne): When Market Leaders Leave Their Tier: Asymmetric Pricing in Online Sales of High Technology Products (Co-authors: Sourav Ray, Paul Messinger)
10) Alina Nastasoiu (Western): The Intrinsic Value of Loyalty Points: a Dynamic Structural Model (Co-author Mark Vandenbosch, Neil Bendle)
Sourav Ray, Associate Professor of Marketing, Degroote School of Business, McMaster University
Mark Vandenbosch, Kraft Professor in Marketing and Faculty Scholar, Ivey School of Business, Western University
David Soberman, Canadian National Chair in Strategic Marketing, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Paul Messinger, Associate Professor of Marketing, Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta
Attendance is free to academics, you are welcome to attend even if you do not present. Any faculty and students who you feel might be interested should contact Anna Sadovnikova (email@example.com) or Saeed Shekari (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can plan for numbers.
The DEGROOTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS/MCMASTER UNIVERSITY have a special price for guests at the Quality Hotel near campus.
950 WALKERS LINE, BURLINGTON ON, L7N 2G2
Tel: (905) 639-9290 Fax: (905)639-6900
The 2013 rates were:
$89.00+++ Per Room / Per Night (Traditional / Executive Guestrooms) WITHOUT SHUTTLE SERVICE, $95.00+++ Per Room / Per Night (Traditional / Executive Guestrooms) WITH SHUTTLE SERVICE
HOTEL FEATURES & SERVICES
Complimentary Wireless high-speed Internet throughout the hotel, Complimentary Full Hot Breakfast Buffet, Complimentary Daily newspaper, Complimentary 24 hours Coffee/Tea Bar available in lobby. Complimentary On-site 24-hour business centre, Complimentary parking, Complimentary Local & Long Distance within North America, Complimentary Shuttle Service to/from the hotel/university – upon request, 24 hours’ notice, Use of Recreational Facilities including; our State of the Art Fitness Centre and Salt Water Indoor Swimming Pool.
Last Year’s Symposium
For details of the 2013 symposium click here.